Friday, March 14, 2014

Fri, 14 Mar 2014

Draft Beer Update:

Troegs Dream Weaver Wheat replaced Brooklyn Weisse. The very popular wheat beer returns again.

Victory DirtWolf replaced Yards Rye IPA. The very popular Double IPA returns again.

The first of our 2 Sly Fox Seamus Irish Red for St. Patty's Day weekend replaced Harpoon Celtic Red. This new Irish-style red ale, brewed in honor of St. Patrick's Day, is made with British pale and crystal malts and hopped with Centennial (bittering) and East Kent Golding (aroma).

Samuel Adams Double Bock replaced itself.

River Horse Oatmeal Milk Stout replaced Rock Art Baltic Porter. A velvety smooth Stout brewed with oats and milk sugar that create a creamy finish over a dark malt base.

Goose Island Bourbon County Stout replaced Lost Abbey Serpents Stout. A message from Brewmaster Greg Hal, "I really wanted to do something special for our 1000th batch at the original brewpub. Goose Island could have thrown a party. But we did something better. We brewed a beer. A really big batch of stout-so big the malt was coming out of the top of the mash tun. After fermentation we brought in some bourbon barrels to age the stout. One hundred and fifty days later, Bourbon County Stout was born-A liquid as dark and dense as a black hole with a thick foam the color of bourbon barrels. The nose is a mix of charred oak, vanilla, carmel and smoke. One sip has more flavor than your average case of beer. It overpowers anything in the room. People have even said that it’s a great cigar beer, but I haven’t yet tried a cigar that would stand up to it." A high ABV, 15%, so please enjoy responsibily.

On our Beer Engine Lancaster Milk Stout replaced Stoudts Scarlet Lady ESB. A bold, dark ale bursting with roasted barley dryness and mellowed by hints of chocolate and coffee.

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